News from APPL Foundation

TRAINING WOMEN TO SPREAD MENSTRUAL HYGIENE

Menstrual Hygiene for girls and women in the community at large is the campaign that APPL Foundation has been spearheading since Women’s Day. Adding a new chapter to the campaign a programme to ensure menstrual hygiene has been initiated at Dooars.

The Fungal Free Frocks (3F) Project

The Fungal Free Frocks (3F) Project has kick-started in Borjan, Nahartoli and Chubwa. Our field coordinators are extensively surveying the women population to ensure timely medical treatment, and at the same time is conducting awareness drives to neutralize it from spreading.

The disability screening camps held at tea gardens of Dooars in collaboration with RCFC took a step forward when 9 children along with their guardians travelled to Kolkata for treatment at RCFC campus. These children belong from Damdim, Rungamutte, Leish River and Kumlai tea gardens.

This Women’s Day it’s about right to menstrual hygiene!

Yes it’s not just one day that we need to think about women and their wellbeing. In order to usher in positive change in the lives of women APPL Foundation throughout the month of March campaigned on menstrual hygiene.

On the way to become Solar Mama’s!

Two women from Hathikuli Tea Estate are on their way to Barefoot College at Tilonia in Rajasthan.

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